|Physics with a Multi-MW Proton source|
multi-MW proton source
CERN, May 25-27, 2004
The Workshop intends to explore both the short and long-term opportunities to particle and nuclear physics offered by a multi-MW beam with a few GeV from a proton linear accelerator or a rapid cycling synchrotron. In particular, it can provide a superior neutrino facility with unprecedented sources of intense muon and electron neutrino beams, superior slow muon and kaon facilities, and a world-leading radioactive ion beam facility for nuclear, astro- and fundamental physics (EURISOL).
The Workshop is organized jointly by the ECFA/BENE Network on ”Beams for European Neutrino Experiments” and by the EURISOL Design Study Collaboration.
It is our hope that the Workshop can bring useful contributions to the debate on strategic accelerator R&D choices in Europe that will be selecting the most promising options in the near future. A summary of the Workshop conclusions will be proposed, along with all slides, on the Web Site of the Workshop.
The Workshop wants also to attract more physicists to join the working groups and various other initiatives active since a few years in both the BENE and EURISOL framework.
The Workshop will open with a welcome address of the CERN DG, R. Aymar, and with a general introductory session on the merits and challenges of physic at high intensity. It will then have an accelerator session, a particle physics session, a nuclear physics session and a final outlook session.
1. Topics will include
and the scientific opportunities offered by such facilities
· the physics of radioactive beams – impact on nuclear structure; nuclear dynamics; nuclear astrophysics; fundamental physics; m and p-bar nuclei
2. Date of the workshop
The Workshop will start after lunch Tuesday 25 May and will continue until lunchtime on Thursday 27 May 2004.
3. Registration and practical details
Registration is made on-line on the conference web-site http://physicsatmwatt.web.cern.ch. The deadline for registration is April 29.
There will be a registration fee of 125 CHF, payable on cash upon arrival. This will include the workshop dinner will take place on the evening 26th May. Hotel reservation can be made via e-mail to: email@example.com where a block of rooms has been pre-booked.
4. Talks and Posters
The Workshop Program will be ready by
the time of the 2nd Bulletin (end of April).
Because of time constraints, only plenary and by invitation talks are foreseen.
We welcome and encourage submission of abstracts to Peter.Butler@cern.ch and/or
to Andre.Rubbia@cern.ch. A selection of papers will be invited for a Poster session, planned for the morning of Thu May 27. .
M. Benedikt (CERN), A. Blondel(Geneva), P.Butler (co-chair), L. Ghilardi (CERN), G. Giudice (CERN), E. Gschwendtner (Geneva), M. Lindroos (CERN), V. Palladino (co-chair), M. Vretenar (CERN)
A. Blondel (Geneva), A. Baldini (Pisa), Y. Blumenfeld (IPN Orsay), P. Butler (CERN), P. Debu (Saclay), R. Edgecock (RAL), J. Ellis (CERN), R. Garoby (CERN), U. Gastaldi (Legnaro), M. Lindroos (CERN), V. Palladino (Napoli), J. Panman (CERN), C. Prior (RAL), A. Rubbia (ETH Zurich), P. Schmelzbach (PSI)
7. Scientific Advisory Committee
J. Äystö (Jyväskylä), R. Aleksan (Saclay), M. Baldo Ceolin (Padova), J. Bouchez (Saclay), E. Coccia (G. Sasso), J. Dainton (Liverpool), J.-P. Delahaye (CERN), C. Detraz (CERN), R. Eichler (PSI), J. Engelen (CERN), J. Feltesse (Saclay), E. Fernandez (Barcelona), G. Fortuna (Legnaro), B. Foster (Oxford), W. Gelletly (Surrey), D. Goutte (GANIL), D. Guerreau (IN2P3), M. Harakeh (KVI Groningen), H. Haseroth (CERN), W. Henning (GSI), E. Iarocci (INFN), B. Jonson (Göteborg), K. Jungman (KVI Groningen), B. Kayser (Fermilab), M. Lindner (TU Munich), L. Mosca (Saclay), A. Müller (IPN Orsay), S. Nagamiya (JPARC), M. Napolitano (Napoli), W. Nazarewicz (Oak Ridge), K. Peach (RAL), R. Petronzio (Roma II), F. Ronga (Frascati), D. Schlatter (CERN), M. Spiro (IN2P3), I. Tanihata (RIKEN), C. Wyss (CERN), J. Zinn-Justin (DAPNIA)
Please address your enquiries to the Secretary of the Workshop, Lydia Ghilardi (Lydia.Ghilardi@cern.ch).
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